Guest Post: ELF Kabuki Face Brush Review

Check out the lovely Sidrah, and her review and opinion on the ELF Cosmetics Face Kabuki Brush!

Hello Everyone! My name is Sidrah and I am a blogger over at MakeupMew.com and I am a huge penny pincher! When it comes to makeup, sure we can all splurge but getting something amazing at a cheap price is gold.
Today I am going to be reviewing the ELF Kabuki Face Brush. I have been loving the ELF Studio Brush set, I’ve had that set for about a year now and they are still in amazing condition. I can never go with using those brushes. So after a while I decided to purchase a kabuki brush, since I can never go a day without using a setting powder or even mineral makeup because of my oily skin. A kabuki brush is ideal for packing on a lot of powder and buffing it into your skin. When you buff product into your skin you are getting a better coverage and a flawless finish, instead of dusting powder on your face which can make you look cakey.
The ELF Kabuki Face Brush is pretty dense and has tons of bristles. It’s a great size too, not too big or small, you can even use this to apply a bit of bronzer and contour to your cheekbones and neck area if desired. The brush is made out of synthetic taklon which makes the brush vegan friendly. I always avoid using animal hair brushes because they take a lot longer to dry and also end up eating most of the product.

The bristles have a dome shape to them which makes it easier to pick up product with, the bristles are soft but they can be a bit more flexible.
What I didn’t like…
The shedding! The brush never sheds when I wash it but when I start buffingproduct into my face long strands of brush hair ends up on parts of my face which is soo annoying. Its not a huge amount of shedding but one can get annoyed of the bristles everywhere.
ELF also carries a Body Kabuki Brush which has loner bristles, which would be great for applying product on large parts of your body. You can check out ELF on their website http://www.eyeslipsface.com/ Price: $6.00.

Thank you Sidrah so much for the wonderful review, I love ELF products and I’ve never tried their face kabuki brush, so I am very interested in testing it out!

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16 comments:

  1. I don't like a brush that sheds :(

    Lauren,
    Fashionswirls.blogspot.com

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    1. Hi Lauren, I agree I don't like brushes that shed, but this one looks very promising I think I might be able to withstand a little shedding.

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  2. I am so happy with the other elf brushes i got, i am looking at this everytime in the online shop, but never get it :)...next time i'll just order
    Janine

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    1. Hi Janine, I am planning on picking it up as well. Let me know how you like it!

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  3. I haven't tried this brush from ELF but have several eye brushes and pretty happy with them. I would be so annoyed with the shedding of brushes.

    new follower of your blog :)

    Shopping Obsession

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    1. Thanks for following me girly! I will be sure to check out your blog. As for the shedding I agree if it's too much I don't suggest it, but a little shedding i can live with if the brush is FAB overall.

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  4. You had me until the shedding part. I need new make up brushes like yesterday. I have sensitive skin and I need something for daily use. Any recs?

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    1. Hi Dr. Regina, if you're willing to spend a little bit more than the ELF brushes, I would highly recommend any of the Eco Tools Brushes, they are very gentle on the face; the ones I've tried don't shed and they are Eco friendly! I particularly love their Foundation Brush which is around $7.99.

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    1. It looks pretty also, doesn't it? =)

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  6. I bought this awhile ago when they had 1 of their many sales. I wasn't a big fan, so I gave it to mother. But in my opinion its cool for applying blush.
    Ps. I like their other makeup brushes (eyeshadow, blush etc).

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    1. Hi Ashley, I love many of their other brushes as well, i own so many I think I lost count!!

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    1. Hi Jessica, that's great, I'm going to see if you have a review on it as well!

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  8. I have this and I haven't noticed shedding tbh. It is sooooo soft! :)

    mezmadeup.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. Hi girly! Some brushes are like that, the luck of the draw, some of the same kind/brand might shed and others might not.

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